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Sep 11, 2012 4:30am EDT
's what a baltimore county father says happened to him when his 6-year-old son justin didn't get off the school bus. terry campbell says he started to driving along all the way to logan elementary school where his kid attend a spokesperson for baltimore county public schools says justin was assigned to the wrong bus but he was never left by himself. campbell says that that's not entirely true. >> as i am on my way up to school he is walking down the street by himself crying. >> the child realized the child was not comfortable after getting off the bus and the bus driver made sure they didn't drive off and kept the child in their sight. >> the transportation department is still trying to reach campbell to talk about what happened. we will keep you posted on this story. >>> montgomery county family must plan a funeral for their young boy who drowned in a pool. a neighbor found the toddler yesterday and performed cpr until help arrive. there was a caretaker and another child at home but it's not clear where they were at the time of the drowning. investigators are trying to determine exa
ABC
Sep 10, 2012 4:30am EDT
. baltimore townty sheriff's department put on the event so police, firefighters and community members could come together. rides, antique fire engine demonstrations, dalmations and food. many who turned out came to enjoy a great day. >>> tens of thousands of teachers and support staff in chicago are going on strike. the union president says it was not able to agree on a contract with schools. school officials say that pay is the matter here. chicago school board president says it was offering a fair deal. >> negotiations have been intense, productive, however, we have failed to reach an agreement that will prevent a labor strike. >> i would point out that this financial package over the next four years will cost the system somewhere in the vicinity of $400 million over four years. i would point out that the average teacher will get another 16% raise over that four year period. this is not a small commitment we are making at a time when our fiscal situation is really challenged. >> chicago is the third largest school system. >>> let's talk about what is going on now. it is cool outside. some
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